Patent & IP news for November 2, 2013

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post image You & the Law radio series on NPR from

This morning I went down to the studios of WBFO 88.7 radio station to record the next installment of  the You & the Law radio series. This program is featured on NPR’s “All Things ...

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post image The Affairs of Tintin in Court : Destination Land of Intellectual Property from

Since January 1929 when Tintin went to the land of the Soviets, he lived 23 full adventures Hergé was working on the last album “Alph-art” when he died on March 1983 [IP lawyers can’t ...

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Few readers of this weblog could have missed the fact that the IPKat's friends on the Art & Artifice art-and-law weblog held an event last week in which Michael Edenborough QC sought to explain to ...

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Appellant at PTAB wins reversal on obviousness from

from Ex parte McGrady

As to obviousness

We agree with Appellants that the Examiner has not established that
Seith teaches insert strip 12 is directly attached to irrigation tube 16 along an
entire length of ...

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BorgWarner loses appeal of re-exam decision from

BorgWarner represented by Fish & Richardson lost an appeal at PTAB concerning the
re-examination of US Patent 6,663,347:

This is a decision on appeal by BorgWarner, Inc.2 (hereinafter “Patent
Owner”) from the Patent ...

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Industry Groups Urge Congress To Boost Arsenal Against Patent Trolls from

A growing list of US industries has sent a letter to the leaders of the US House of Representatives and Senate judiciary committees urging them to combat patent assertion entities (PAEs), also known as patent ...

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